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Found it *gln found Courtois River Cache

Sunday, July 29, 2001Missouri

13:30.. The Drifter and I floated the Huzzah on Saturday with plans of getting close and hiking cross country for a little bit and finding the cache. Bzzzzt, wrong answer again. It was too far to hike from the confluence of the two creeks so… we drove to this one too. The drive was easy enough all the way thru the conservation area. Nothing the 4X4 couldn’t deal with but it WAS very remote and a long way from anyplace. Parked within 220 feet from the cache. A nice walk followed by a not to difficult of a find. I traded some stuff but I can’t recall what it was now. In and out time was aprox. 10 minutes. Off we went, back up the hill and back to civilization until we came upon a BIG STEEL GATE, close and locked with two giant chains and three locks. This is a real Blair Witch thing going on here now, boy howdy. Oh darn, I said to myself. (Actually, it wasn’t darn!) We were seeing conservation signs the whole way and NEVER saw any no trespassing signs or anything else to indicate that we were off of state land. At this point, we knew we were on the wrong side of somebody’s fence or the forest just closed for the day, either way, we were stuck. NO way to get around the fence. No way to drive thru the very solid trees to get to the other side. BUT, with a little McGiver magic, we got out. I am sure we left somebody real stumped on how we got to the other side without leaving any tracks in the surrounding woods. So bottom line, I think this is NOT state land here. GO BY BOAT, helicopter or walk in from another direction but DO NOT DRIVE!! We had a great time nonetheless. We just love you guys!!! Thanks a million, **Glenn with the Drifter

infoThis is the original cache type consisting, at a bare minimum, a container and a log book. Normally you'll find a tupperware container, ammo box, or bucket filled with goodies, or smaller container ("micro cache") too small to contain items except for a log book. The coordinates listed on the traditional cache page is the exact location for the cache.
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